19 Burst results for "Blyth"

"blyth" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"blyth" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"Adam conover and you know for those of us who came of age this century we all have they have a sense that we kinda inherited a fallen world right like the world sucks compared to the one our parents grew up in. It wasn't like this for them right right. They went to college for like a buck fifty semester. They came out with a diploma and zero debt. The Dean gave them a handshake with eye contact when they graduated and then they fell in love got married. They bought a house affordable mortgages were apparently being handed out band fliers in those days and then they afforded to have kids like us how they even had health insurance and pension for our parents. It's a middle class. Life was achievable. Not everybody achieved it of course but the option seemed to be in reach for the majority but today we we know that things are different right. It feels much much harder to get a good job now. It seems like all of our friends are driving Uber for peanuts when they're not sending out resumes. College is now so expensive that getting an education to give yourself a leg up means saddling yourself with crippling debt and if you wanna live in one of the few areas where all the good jobs are located. Housing costs are absurd. And that is you mean. Taking into account that much of our world is either flooded or on fire at any given moment or that authoritarian movements around the rise highs and massive social upheaval is stretching from Hong Kong to Santiago to Hey right here in the United States. You'd be forgiven for thinking you know. The world's gotten Shittier shittier since my parents say well you're not wrong. This disticts bear that feeling out. The benefits are less equally distributed than they used to be and living in a standard middle class. Life is harder in the forty years after nineteen seventy-three productivity went up almost seventy five percent but hourly compensation only only increased nine percent that means that while workers produce more than ever before over the last few decades. They only got a fraction of the increase in what they produced for most workers wages have infect stagnated meaning that they're about the same as they were decades ago and this is especially screwed up because everything from healthcare scare to college to childcare is way more expensive than it used to be so the benefits of productivity didn't go to the workers. Where did they go? Guess what rich people got the top one percent of Americans. Now hold almost one third of America's wealth a third while the rest of us are struggling to afford a roof over our heads on GIG economy economy wages. The wealthy are loading up on super yachts sales of which are currently skyrocketing or ocean rocketing. And of course this out out of control inequality has led to explosive political instability worldwide. So you might be asking yourself the question. What changed used? Why is the world? Our parents came of age in so different from the one that we inhabit. Well the truth is it wasn't random. This change was the product of policies policies and ideas enacted through our political and economic system over decades. People came up with these changes and implemented them and they crafted the world that we live in today and to explain how our global economic system got to where it is now who did it and why and where it might be going into. Today's moment of crisis our guest S. today is mark blyth. He's a professor and political economist at Brown University. And let me tell you he is a delight. I think you're gonNA love this one and it is going to.

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Pence and Pompeo in Turkey to meet with Erdogan on Syria conflict

Nightline

02:36 min | 2 years ago

Pence and Pompeo in Turkey to meet with Erdogan on Syria conflict

"President trump announced sanctions against Turkey on Monday and tomorrow Vice President Mike Pence and secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet with Turkey's presented when to broker a deal with the United States of America simply not going to tolerate Turkey's invasion of Syria any further and we're calling on Syria to stand down to end the violence and come to the negotiating table but her is defiant saying he won't sign a ceasefire he's tanks them troops now crossing the border and advancing on the Syrian city of members but it's video like this some graphic to show that has the international community outraged Turkeys deployed radical Islamist militias some offshoots of Al Qaeda these groups committing gruesome roadside executions like the death of leading Kurdish political leader have green collapse who was dragged from her car and shot twenty three times if verified this is a war crime as is the targeting of civilians the Kurdish military gave us this video of a convoy packed with people they say was hits by Turkish strike and Blyth's shredded in an instant WII friend from the BBC's just said that pulling out towards the border right now I think we need to leave the line between allies and enemies is moving dangerously fast but not everyone has the option to seek safer ground this is personal this is these are people you know these neighbors friends I don't get to leave exactly this is my job I will just stay here I didn't tell my parents that that here because they will so afraid do you have a plan we don't have any plans neither does the family of that little girl in the hospital who lost her leg Sarah's father says he wants to leave their shattered home and the neighborhood that used to be safe but there's nowhere to go and you sound so sorry and make war

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"blyth" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"On both sides of the floor is is able to knock home her first free throw. Checking in for Blyth will be Megan how go nine forty six to play first half. Packers back into a single digit deficit. Fifteen six chance to make it eight. Becker, the free throw line, rattles at home. Becker teams leading scored fourteen points, you points per game third in the Easter Dakota conference, but just I two of the night and her team trails by eight Fifty-seven left side, and he goes baseline blocked away by shots. But a foul was called out on the perimeter. That's going to go against Becker. They're going to get Abby Darshana reach in from the sign said, the nurse collect surfers personal foul. Fifteen foul against west Fargo Moorhead inbound on the left side underneath the basket nine thirty four to play first half. They get it to how go back to the top of the key to palmi spin move at the top. Now, swings it to the left into the corner. It goes to Enin skipped past right side pony thought about a three three zone again coming out for west forego, skipped past the left now down low inside the paint to Enin hop. Step kicks it back out right wing three Palmy off right rim. Long rebound grad, thereby shots outlet. Pass up ahead taking my west Fargo, Lauren deamer to the left wing gives it to the baseline. Down low Becker strides away in new pay draws contact. And she'll the free throw line. I'll go with her personal sixteen foul or the spuds nine three to play first half.

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And he was talking about how upset he was that softies were using fire fire FOX for work, basically. Because at the time explorer was in a bit of a state in as is my way, I had to get up there and ask a question. As is my way, I was perhaps a bit of noxious about it. But the point is I kind of brought up that it isn't quite fair to blame us the workers for for having to switch to fire FOX to get our jobs done. Because at the time we really did have to and later on that day in this goes, I should. I would say the the relevance here goes back to what Richard said about how everybody had the best intentions, right? There was a party that night. And I ran into some guys from the explorer team, and boy like I didn't expect that. And I hadn't thought about my voice in my attitude, and how cost a guy could be without meaning to but you you through the the the executive under the bus. Yeah. I really did. And and it was in front of a large group of people and just just no self awareness. It was like the office happening in a meeting setting. I was just totally idiot. But anyway, so when I was talking to the team. Like, I said, they were very polite. It was as though I had been at these human being and they talked to me about some of their decisions and why they had to make them. And that's when you start learning help lyrical a lot of it is or how or how if it isn't political? It's a catastrophe somewhere, and you've got to put a fire out like there's so much chaos. And and and yet you can see that happening Microsoft, of course, because Microsoft is obsessive about about backward. Compatibility where in the apple world we wake up and a new operating system is automatically installed itself over the old one like you did last week and looks more or less like the one we had last week and set it all your files or missing. What's a file remember when you head date on your machine that was a good day? That's the part that sucks. Right. Because I am one phone. I'm not updating because if I do a bunch of apps are going to stop working out. Yeah. So this is an example of like political versus catas-. Trophy in a way, I have way more freedom in on the Microsoft side of things, partly because I have to if I'm going to be able to get to something that I've worked on twenty years ago twenty five years ago, I'm gonna need access to the to the file format. The I'm gonna need to get in this amount. Of course, Microsoft, it's incredibly easy to do that because they have shifted forward with all the craft where apple leaves the Krupp behind. But sometimes often will always at the cost of the customer. Apple has always known better. What the customer wanted than the customer new. They're very good at yet it that. Yeah. Just, you know, the I think job said it best when he said don't hold it that way. Yeah. You're doing it wrong. Doing a wrong. Yet, it that is such a tech thing, you know, like to using up. He's a hardware pieces of software. The person who designed it is looking over your shoulder, and you can feel the tension because you you're moving the mouse cursor toward that one button. They know doesn't work you don't know it, and you can just feel they want to stop you grab you say no you need to click that other button. You know, Doug Ross would. That's what testing used to be, you know, before unit testing, you would just look over somebody's shoulder and in make them really nervous about the bugs. They know. They left in the code. Can I finish my lilting about Lua? Yeah. Yes, sir. Go back to Lua. Yeah. Let's go back to Lou because I wanna talk about why it's so great. If you go to the Lua homepage, which you can probably find through searching Lewis dot org. Yeah. Lewis dot org dot one the entire grammar..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"It's it's death by a thousand cuts. But there was a there was a version of windows before Longhorn, but after X P. Yeah. So the X P codename was Whistler. And this one was Blackcomb. Right. Right. Yeah. Yeah. The so and so where Whistler mountain far from where I am a ski mountain at the Microsoft. He's loved to ski at in the next mountain over is called black. Oh, and so yeah. The next version was going to be called black home and one of the interesting truth when you talk about that timeframe, right? If in the two thousand one timeframe is that's also when gates releases the trustworthy computing. Letter that's after annakournakova and code red and the slammer virus all those things that happen to windows two thousand and XP. And so he started like everybody stop what you're doing work on security, and he took a big chunk of the most senior guys in windows to fix windows. And this is part of what went wrong Longhorn was that all of this security patches meant they had to rewrite all the drivers the driver model was completely different after XP SP two. And the reason it was, you know, reason it was called service pack, two is already figured out what service pack one was going to be because it was all stuff that got cut from the initial release of X P. I didn't know that. That's the this is the dynamic part of what what goes so wrong is be before. Whistler even ships are now working on black home. And at this point Microsoft is ninety plus percent of the desktop market. Like the own the space and gates has just stepped down to see ego right after the monopoly crisis. Jay gates steps down bomber takes over. And now gates his chief architect, and I got the sneaky suspicion. He just had too much time on his hands and black comb was originally specified as object oriented operating system top to bottom natch what it was right like an object based file system and as winning. Mapping everywhere. Yeah. Yeah. So they I mean it was so far out of bounds. Like win is the dialed back version of the vision that was black home. And that's what they made into Longhorn in the net came up with the three pillars, but also incorporating dot net into the core of the operating system. Right, right. I remember that at all. But remember they were doing this work on version one of dot net. It just wasn't ready to be part of an operating system. Like one could argue if they had waited until two thousand five until two version two, and it was so much stronger. It might have worked. But part of what went so wrong with Longhorn is that they had changed the security model the CPU's at gone sideways. They were redesigning operating system from scratch with his big vision of of object orientated, and they threw dot net in there and mix, and it's like you can change one thing in design of an operating system. But she can't change everything. Yeah. Yeah. Right. No, no. That's like that's like changing someone's home address. So they end up at a completely different house that looks nothing like the one they they had left in the morning, right? And can I I I actually haven't nuggets similar well some way is your nuggets still going. No doubt. Okay. So so I I have a nugget that I will nugget then for you as long as we're making nugget into a verb allow me to begin. So nugget this I was in one of those big meetings where there were several thousand Microsoft people, and it was it was probably two thousand four two thousand five and bomber was up there..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So I think what you were doing was just writing about, you know, the the wonderful what you ain't a leakage from multiple candies. I was writing what you know. I am to say those steep Shalini visits. Really funny. He eventually became general manager at MSG N. Right. Yeah. Well, yeah. When I when I was at channel nine and I was working for Jeff sank with. Steve cellini was was the manager above him. So yeah, I automatically for reviews in such reported to Steve. Viglen Dotras by who went to Google and supposedly. Bomber was so angry about that. He threw a chair through a piece of glass or something like sort of powerful story. He's also the guy behind Google, plus. Yeah. Oh, I didn't. I didn't know that. Okay. That's that's interesting. Because remember like I really liked the condole Tra. I I didn't mean to just say Vick like I knew him. I didn't I interviewed him apparently. But but he wants you know, key. I remember him being being very intelligent doing letting I can understand him getting poached, and I don't know that bomber stories apocryphal, but I was in a meeting of Microsoft, where kosh I think we're probably going to be skirting the edge of lawsuits here. Let's just pretend I didn't say anything about the chair and. Onto happier thing. So. We could prove anything. I haven't seen them fly. You know? Anyway, they're rumors things happen. Yeah. Everything's fine. We're all fine. Does bomber still work there? I haven't even kept up on it. No. But Steve was also the guy who got us doing the sixty four bit question at at a PD. See? That's right. It started. Yeah. You mentioned Longhorn. There's nothing that. I mean of all the things Microsoft God. When I was up at channel nine see. This is something I never really got to talk about back in the day because I was still waiting for Microsoft, but vista was a such a. Just a backward. Step, you know, because I I had requisition to the most powerful laptop you yet in the universe at the time. It was one of those Dell XP S's like five GP us and in six cores, and it it was doing nothing but turning insurance enshrining and Longhorn itself was like one of the most beautiful asses. I've used to this day and win a fast and all that technology in their thing. They built it up right with win f s the file system, and and win affects all of these things in win effect, gut totally taken out, but I also recall. You explaining when f s now win FX was essentially a distributed meta data system database for for files. So that it would basically take the file system that you have and add a whole lot of meditated, not just the properties of files, and that would allow you to do sorting and all that stuff. And so you explained when f s like this so you so you get your porn collection. And you want to sort it by how dirty it is like you can have a category like threesomes set had burned to the ground afterwards. You know, I'm older now that's not dirty anymore. Should..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Com. Easy to get to easy to find. And whenever people Google me. I'm able to go into my logs because I really advanced software, and I'm able to see what this search term was that led them to my side. And a lotta times the search terms happen to be very odd. And I don't know how they got to me, especially when it comes to things like horse balls, and you know, dog ding dongs and things like that. And and I like to read these out once a week on the show, right? Usually get about a dozen of them that are that are pretty good. And eventually people actually started trying to get my attention through Google weirdos by. Seeing if they could make their way into weirdos by entering something into Google like, hey, Rory, you know, your soul, and I would find that in my in my. In my logs, and I would say the search term is a Rory urine tool. Right. And so people found a way to communicate directly with me through Google searches. Right. So, but the thing that's funny about this is that your blog posts are surreal, and they're full of all sorts of strange combinations of words that normal people would never put in the same sentence. Right. So the therms that people actually look for and get a hit on your page can be tell a lot about their weirdness. Right. That narrating. All right. So the first one mirror. Yeah. So the first one was less anal leakage, and I go oh God. And you what you want more? I didn't. I I didn't know they weren't the phone. And of course, they're to be fair. I was right. There's nothing wrong with what I said if you read a search term, and it says more anal leakage than the first thing you think of is. No, I want less anal. Nothing wrong. I said nothing inappropriate. Of course. Not those people were soft. Are probably still in charge. And I think they're wonderful. So anyway, that was just the first one and it got worse from there. And and what was great was that this person for Microsoft. We had a little live chat room, and I are c backchannel going and this person was fuming get off the toilet humor fuming. And then the guys come on. And and you know, Carl I've done a lot of press. And I've never followed a story about anal leakage. They kept bringing it up. I'm trying. I'm embarrassed. Right. I'm just trying to change the subject as fast as I can. Yeah. Let's talk about dot net. Yeah. And then they just kept bringing it back and bringing in I found the show. Well, oh, Lester was they wanna know what show? It was. You don't wanna know? What you tell me. What show was if show sixty one with Vic gun doto Steve Shalini lane. Oh, yeah. And it was the beginning of Longhorn. I mean, it was an incredibly. It's April of two thousand four is right before the PD did incredibly important show. And they couldn't get off the anal leakage. Warious? They love a lot of people couldn't at the time because of Alestra Alaska was really big. That's right. Caper? I think the event that started you writing this blog posts that had anal leakage in it was that you were you you were in new London, and I had some sugar free candy with multiple in it, and it's stuff. Yeah. It's really known for doing a number on your gut your lower digestive tract issue has dick now..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Wow. And I've got some great videos. I made with that too. One of which is titled smoking in the playground. Think things were different back. Then weren't they? Yeah. What we can get away with. It's a candy bar phone. It's beautiful. So I have a holiday Rory story. Can I tell it? Absolutely. All right. So is your show. I can't. You could you could stop me. I'm not going to how about now how about now how about now how about ROY story till you holiday ROY star. Exactly. So here's the story. I'm not gonna name names. But back in the day of when Rory and I did the show together. Fifty to a hundred the shows were two hours long. Right. They we did two interviews per show, and we only had like one or two shows per week. I can't remember. So it wasn't warn producing a lot of content. But we also, you know, did the Google weirdos thing, and we did some music occasionally, we kinda like variety show. This is before we branched off into Monday's. And we got a shall we say a very senior person at Microsoft who was a fan of hours for dot net. Right to line up an interview with a couple of executives, and this person at Microsoft said now, I want you to be respectful, and you know, no off color humor. Be you know, professional about this. Okay. Yes. Right. I said, except I forgot to tell you. Wouldn't have mattered now. He's. These guys are on the phone on hold waiting for us to get to their interview. And it's time for Google weirdos. And I was like oh God. I totally forgot. Oh, man. A guy. I hope I hope I hope this is going to be okay. The first one. So. And of course, you can set it up, ROY. What is Google weirdos? Exactly. Well, I run a website called Neo Polian dot com. That's any oh PEO L E O N dot.

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Roy the tables are turned five thousand dollars a few had five grand to spend on technology right now. What would you buy cheese? And. Yes, so that question was and I was trying to figure out what would I buy? Because again, you are talking to someone who is ignorant of you know, the technology is currently available because I missed out on all the toys, but one of each. Well, that's the thing. Right. Like, what do you get? Now there. Do you need a big thing? Junaid medium size thing does apt to come in a box. Should it be a card what about some VR virtual reality? What about that stuff? Microsoft. You know, I, you know, on Twitter, Microsoft posts Aldo's, you know, ads about all their products and things that they sell. I guess that's what adds or poor people already understand that. But one of those products was for there. It's not it's not VR. But it's like M mar reality right hololens. It wasn't. It wasn't odd minute either. It was something like right in the middle, and I made fun of the post. But then the I didn't get a reply, but I did. And it was it was to a demo of this stuff. And it is so cool. If I think it's what I think it is Campbell. The only thing about this. No 'em arm. I yeah. I think I think it's well, whatever it is. It's probably up there in the Microsoft store in. It's not ritual. But I got the feeling that it doesn't just allow you to do. Virtual reality like. Mixed reality. Where it's like you have it they serve as a hug partly for for what you're working on. Yeah. You know, and in that like there's a use case finally. Oh, yeah. VR headsets have been around the first time. I used a VR headset was in nineteen ninety. I think and it was for the grand opening of this huge superstore. And of course, it was fifty pounds. And I I have scoliosis from it. But I played one of those weird games with all the Ray trace dinosaurs flying around you had to shoot and ended about twelve F B S, but it's been with Reverend rooms. Well, at that point in time, it could have been a combination of both to be on to be totally honest. But yeah. The now eat now, we have the same technology, essentially and people still haven't quite like when I when I talked to people in stores and other. No, it's the that best buy people are really snotty, but they're like a VR you mean last year or or like, I don't wanna see it's a millennial thing. But it's sort of like when they say who listens to albums anymore. You know, I do I like the whole the whole album, and I don't care VR just became exciting last year. Hell, yeah. I'm interested in that stuff. There's so many cool things going. I do think that the mixed reality concept is what will ultimately price smartphone that. Oh, yeah. Definitely. Because that's what I wanted back in the day. I been it might even be Don Iraq somewhere it. I'm positive it's on NIA Polian. But after I got my SMTP fifty six hundred for those of you who are too young that is the phone that really changed the game for Microsoft back when Microsoft was still doing a lot of mobile stuff, and in talk PC windows mobile, the early two thousands, Microsoft really kickoff in mobile and the SMTP fifty six hundred like a like, I mentioned was a particularly wonderful phone. And when I was using it. I realized hey, I've got you know, in two thousand and five or whenever. I've got word processor here. I had already written a replacement for access that I hit installed on it. I had so I have my database equivalent I had a spreadsheet equivalent. I had my e books. I mean, it was it was an ipod long before the ipod was would it became ipods rap? But I'm talking about the ipad, touch, obviously it. It was just so impressive on it. Not what if this thing could somehow connect glasses, and I could go on a plane and use one of these portable folding keyboards and just put my glasses on and use. My phone is a computer like why can't I do that? And that that technology was around in two thousand five like you could have found out. I found a review for the SM fifty six hundred for two thousand four. Yeah. He's gone. It's mobile. It's mobile two thousand three hits v sixty six four eighty by four eighty graphics. You can handle two resolutions of videos with sound both one hundred. And twenty eight by ninety six and one seventy six by one forty four..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"It helps in very few things do so if you're out there, and I know that there are a lot of people in the in the world who are isolated and tend to spend a lot of times alone. You know, if you are depressed just follow the Jeff model do things why are things up, you know, like it's amazing in now looking at all these other crazy things that the like you were talking earlier about that device that allows you to. You know, set up your big cast wherever you happen to be and how the automatic fail over which find the way I love that. I it sounds like raid for for network connects sack. Right. And it's that kind of thing that I love now that we didn't use the hat when you think about the raspberry pi when you think about in art, we know and all the other million things I've missed out on there is so much that we can do without having to rely on on some manufacturer. Without waiting around for them to maybe hopefully, build that things we want made or the things we just wanna do like I've had this strong temptation lately to create a a raid array out of out of flash disks in. I don't know. Why like there's no reason I don't need it. I just want to have a redundant a properly redundant. I'm not just talking about. You know rate zero rated one I mean full full set up here, I want the I want discs that looked kind of like the shield generators from Empire Strikes Back at the ad apt tend to blow up I wanted to look like that. And I can take my little raid with me everywhere. And I'm guessing that's already been invented has been is that the case Campbell this lots of little glowing things man, but they're just not the shields. You're looking for. Why I guess that's it. There's so many things you can make now you'll make them just for the purpose of making them. Now. There's a first world kind of opportunity. Well music is something that you've always done. What about that? Have you been able to write any more music? Unfortunately, for me music follows the same rule as writing. So I haven't been writing as much music for the longest time. I actually only wrote music and words to pass the time because being sick and bedridden is like being on one long flight. You never hit off the flight. You are always there. You're always uncomfortable. Yet hate it. So you just pass the time, and that means sleep, and then you know, reading airport novels and things like that. So he not a lot of music, but what I did do the whole time oddly is I kept coding, I didn't stop. But I needed to strike. I self. So I got married far away from I o s and dot net. You know, I wanted to get away from the familiar territories. And this is where we start getting into an actual Ted podcast. Right. We're gonna talk about we're gonna dog about programming here because I really got into Lua annually. It seems. Yeah, I love it. And Chris I tweeted about this. I think two years ago in Chris sales asked me, you know, he tweeted back why? Yes, me the same thing about soccer. We want to use that. Why would you do? That increases questions are usually a combination. Right. Like it. It's an insult mixed with a genuine question. Right. There's a little bit of shade. He's thrown at you in and there's some suspicion. But he's giving you the opportunity to sell them online. Right. Absolutely. And and the thing about Lua. And if you guys haven't played with Lou people out there, I'm gonna tell you right now if you have a an ipad won't work for the iphone, but if you have an ipad look for something called code. It's just the word code with the letter A at the end, it's Lua, it's a Lua ID. And it's one of the best ideas, I probably ever used for just straight coding smell. You. Don't have a form builder L L away. away L O UA. So I think it's Portuguese for moon. And anyway, so it the the answer Chris to your to your tweet from a couple years ago is that God where do you start? You think about dot net right in in. It doesn't really matter..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So we wanted you to come back on the show because you know, you you start a started going on Twitter and saying, hey, I'm here, and you know, sorry, I haven't been around in a while. But you know, there's a lot of people that really love you Rory. And you know, we wanted to give you a chance to say hi to him and see what you're up to. I I want to say that's the bio that I wrote will most of it. Anyway. No about have the first half. Didn't I write that for my first interview with you? Yep. Original by I think was it two thousand and three December of two thousand three the show came out in two thousand four I think I think you hired me like twelve minutes later 'cause Mark Don was moving on. Really lucky? So, but yeah, oh, you had a question. Where all it's things. They. Yeah. How are things will? Yes. So I went away not. Not not quite the way. It sounds because that makes it sound like either went on vacation or to prison, and I didn't quite do either. A lot of things happened. Like didn't I show you some of the photos from sick? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I met up with you, Richard. Chris sells, you know. Like everybody was down there at that at that meat shop at that meat restaurant in Portland that was on hand road trips. Now, I couldn't believe that. Yeah. We went in there because you know, one of the problems I'm having is is something called delayed gastric emptying which causes me to throw up like all the damn time. It's really unpleasant. And so being in there. I just thought I wanted to eat that stuff like every three minutes. One of those guys would come by and ask you like if you wanted to slice of the cow like it was almost like the I don't remember which Hitchhiker's book it was, but somewhere it might have been it might have been the restaurant at the end of the galaxy. But they bring the actual cows to your table. And yeah, your couch. Hawks to you as they take chunks out of it and feed you sent talking cow Douglas Adams, I missed that guy. But anyway, so as you know, I got sick. I showed you some. The photographs. They were disgusting people out there if you would like to see photographs of I don't know how to put it but skin sliding off of my legs relieving gigantic letty patches behind. I can give you those even the Franklin over dinner. Not the best choice. Everybody. I've shown them to all like three and a half. People. Just go disgusting. Blah, blah, never wanted to see. That fact, the matter is you're having a hard time, and he sort of dropped out to a thought it was interested. If you wanna tell the story, but you know, people wanna know, what happened to your awesome, blog and the. When you took it down. And the reasons why kind of makes sense, but we'll the saddest or blest reason is that. People saying that one of the rules about writing is you have to write what you know. And will I knew when I kept me a pulling going was that I was healthy. I was in a good place. I I didn't realize how how incredibly screwed up my milio relations were we won't even get into that. But I just I had no idea what was kind of waiting for me down the road. So I got a few good years of writing material from everything that happened. I mean, I was lucky just I got to have a lot of amazing experiences early on. And when it switched to things like my mom having me arrested in the middle of my working on a contract for Joel Polski using Zaman. So I mean, imagine that such an awesome contract working for Jones Polski using Zamaran tonight. I was getting. It was perfect and she had me arrested right in the middle of that. And and held my computer captive until I was able to go to her house in pick it up with police escort. It has been a messed up time. And those things people right now are thinking man Christmas show DNR, ROY..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Okay. Well, as you know, or you may not know listeners that I've been getting into doing live streaming events. Yes. And that's the whole idea of going into a place with a few cameras setting them up and doing a live switched camera shoot three or four camera shoots and doing that live to YouTube, and then of course, the edits already getting made. And like, I've got some great technology to do that. But one thing that you can't count on is the WI fi or the network wherever driving for sure. Right. And so there's some technology out here called cellular bonding and the way it works or network bonding. So the way it works, and you probably know all about this, Richard. Because you're that network guy is that you take various networks, and you sort of put them together in, you know, a couple of a WI fi Jack an network Jack a hardwired Jack and a couple of cellular modems. And then basically it uses whatever is available. Able at the time and can automatically fail over and switch. So this is there there's a thousand dollar device out there. It's called the live you solo wireless. Live video streaming encoder. And it works with any RTM p thing so Facebook live twitch YouTube Twitter live video streams, you can use restrain if you wanna go to all of those things and essentially it's this little streaming box. So not only does it put together, you know, four networks and seamlessly let you use them. Just automatically works whatever's working you actually use that to do the stream. So it's got an HD M. I input. Right. So I use the sling studio, which has a hub that wirelessly connects to up to four sources, or you know, in my case of a conference three cameras and the PowerPoint, you know, the the desktop and then he can switch. Them with an ipad or a MAC book app, and those edits automatically happen automatically goes get streamed. So basically, I take the HDMI output of that go into the live you and now everything's happening. And you don't have to just bet it all on one wire or one wifi connection. Right beautiful. It's always great. When it works bonding is a complicated tech. So it's a it's definitely a challenge. But it's cool. If we get it to work, the main thing, I think with that multiple streaming sources that you could have using one connection to stream to Facebook and other conditions streaming to you to that kind of thing. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Well, there you go. That's my sorry. I had to wait till after Christmas or at Christmas to tell everybody about this. Because now the people are like, hey, man, I'm gonna you know, going to bring back that giant TV and get one of these instead. Yeah. So who's talking to us, Richard? You know, it's been awhile since we talked to Rory in night didn't really want to talk about his iphone days in like two thousand nine sticking around for some other comments involving him. And I found one on show eleven hundred you know, Rory and you can come on out. And you don't have to meet your microphones. You can join and if you want. Hi, hey, thanks for letting me be on the show. I was invited to okay, you can turn your mic on now, buddy. Keep yourself under control. So this is a comment from show eleven hundred which was the making a thousand podcasts with Carlin Richard off February of twenty fifteen of course, we've got lots of comments on that show and had some fun mostly talking about podcasting. But this particular comment, I think is incredibly relevant today's conversation. This from Robert Nagy who said I was listening to dot net. Rock with my kids on the commute home from school yesterday. When I realized that the younger of the two hadn't even been born. When I started listening. Wow. I couldn't remember my first episode. So I went searching, and I found that it must have been listening pre to show eighty four because on that show. Rory called me and soul. Why kids and I have been growing up with dot net. Rocks. So I guess it was a bonding experience. You're welcome. You saw..

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"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"We'll be talking him in just a minute. But first men merry Christmas, Richard. Well, we have Christmas to you too, buddy. Yeah. Would you get I don't know yet? It's a proximity a month before Christmas time shifting problem here. Okay. It's Christmas kinder. Kind of think in my Canadian friend might have gotten me some scotch or something they might have meat if you got meat for me last year. I think getting meat for me this here to meet. Yeah. Let me tell you something the carnivore club is like the best happy box of the month. That thing that I've ever gotten. I think I've gotten the permanent Christmas present for you. It's like every month. You get a box of meat or do you want? I know it's pretty awesome. It's his awesome. Yeah. That's my favorite. So I thought about get you something else. And I'm like, nah. Or you got the perfect present. And you know, what kind of sucks that? I forgot. And you know, when we went through Prague and stuff I I came through Barcelona in in the airport. I got some Khammone Barikot. Oh, you did. And I put it in my bag. And I said, you know, when I see Campbell I'm going to open this up, and we're going to have some of this. And I totally forgot man. And sorry, not sorry. That was a good little least eastern European run. For me. I brought home probably a gallon worth of of Moldovan brandy. That's crazy because it's good. Yeah. Crazy. Good. But yeah, it was a riot. Prog was great. There's a very meat forward city, which I really appreciate about prog yet. Yeah. That is like the almost around. That's the stuff that they prefer to eat the most meat. Yep. Gleam Yazigi with it and and cost effective. It was inexpensive. It was fun. It was his great place. And I also like chance to go back to Bulgaria with every which events you many times so FIA continues to evolve as a city it was very enjoyable by my first trip ever into Moldova, and I also went to the Transnistrian region, which is the east side of the trans niece jur river and a place that is sort of frozen in time. Yeah, they kind of got hammered during the war. Right. Well, they kind of fomented their own. They're considered a semi autonomous region of Moldova nineteen Ninety-two they kind of broke off. And so they have their own version of the ruble. And I, you know, you know, you're pretty far east when you see streets to say this way to Odessa. In rain. Far east, and I saw Russian peacekeepers think about that for just think about that. Right. Yeah. Wild up oil. Boy, they make brandy, but it's good stuff. All right. Well, I think it's time. We start this holiday show. I'll start with better no framework. Roll the music awesome..

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The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

06:54 min | 3 years ago

The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The latest must have bay area accessories. Respirators and air purifiers by Malir Russell, David Jair kiss trek to his job at Williams Sonoma in San Francisco on Monday sporting and excessively that's in high demand a respirator. He shared a selfie to Instagram captioning. The photo the new normal for walking to work as firefighters may gains on the campfire the wildfire in Butte county people in the bay area. Continued early in the week to deal with poor air quality caused by smoke drifting in from the inferno that nearly wiped out the town of paradise one hundred seventy five miles from San Francisco, though, public health officials continue to urge residents to stay indoors and orange unhealthy. Air alert went out Monday that hasn't stopped people from lining up at hardware stores to get their hands on industrial gray. Facemasks which offer some defense against toxic chemicals and gases, particularly popular are and ninety five particular respirators a mask and filter combination that fits over the face and blocks at least ninety five percent of very small particles in the smoky air, which health officials recommend over disposable face masks, that offer little protection fine articles blowing in from the wildfire can collect in the body to cause persistent, coughing difficulty breathing and reductions in lung function, according to the California Department of public health hardware stores started selling out of masks Friday when residents woke to hazy orange skies and the smell of smoke Renato. Goose Lonnie junior manager of the coal hardware store on fourth street said people in San Francisco freely spend on days like that. They can see if they can smell it. Guess Lonnie said the same thing happened during the wine country. Fires in October twenty seventeen Cole made a dedicated line for mask shoppers. So it could ring up other customers quickly as it did in two thousand seventeen the store has sold out twice since Friday, sending employee's to restock at an ace hardware distribution hob in Rockland over the weekend. Virginia carpenter owner of an ace hardware store. In Berkeley, said she answers calls every few minutes from people looking for face masks. They were back in stock Monday after her son James also in as employees left Sunday morning to pick up thousands of masks and some air purifiers from the Rockland warehouse after unloading his SUV, he went on to work a shift at the cash register. He was overwhelmed by words of thanks from customers. Carpenter said, some shoppers are going online three m accompany best known for its scotch tape and post it notes has three different varieties. Have masks or respirators on Amazon's industrial and scientific bestsellers list. The most popular is in an ninety five model. A box of ten sells for sixteen dollars twenty five cents. Kristen curry who lives in Chico spent the weekend shuttling back and forth to buy masks and other goods in the bay area to take back home her cousin's house burned in the blaze, some of her close friends and colleagues lost parents other relatives and pets curry said she wanted to contribute in some small way. She'd heard that the hardware stores near Chico were selling out of masks as quickly as they could stock them rationing supplies to one box per person curry drove Friday to the bay area to stay with her mom together. They bought out masks from two local hardware stores spending about two hundred dollars. Curry folded down the seats of her Honda element to make room for roughly two hundred twenty masks, new clothing, ensued. Cases and drove north barely able to see out the back. She donated the goods to neighborhood churches, and the Red Cross most of her friends had procured masks by then my intention was to donate as many as I could to the victims paradise. Of course, didn't have any curry said whether or not I could afford it. I was going to figure it out where there's a consumer need. There's a startup and San Francisco has one that's drawn a measure of controversy molecule sells seven hundred ninety nine dollar air purifier that it claims destroys air pollutants as opposed to just trapping them with a fine mesh filter as traditional purifiers do J arou- a co founder and the chief operating officer said the company has seen sales tick up since Thursday when the campfire erupted and began offering same day delivery in San Francisco to meet demand. Some people criticized the startup in tweets and face. Book comments for pricing. It's device. Ohi others called on molecule, which is spelled M O L E K U L E to donate devices to schools and evacuation centers. Everyone is talking about how great molecule is today. Jake Chapman, a tech investor said and a tweet that's great. But can we also talk about how horrifying it is that climate change makes it so only people with a spare eight hundred dollars can afford safe air for themselves and their children Jiao said molecule employee's delivered donated units to the Red Cross evacuation center at the Butte county fairgrounds over the weekend. They're working to get more units out to fire houses and relief groups this week as molecule did during the wine country fires molecule asked its employees to come into the office over the weekend to help with surging demand without blinking. The team showed up rows said dozens of schools across sonoma's yolo. Boot contra Costa and other counties in the area of the smoke trail from the campfire were closed most school districts in the bay area remained open local administrators make the decision based on air quality reports and conditions in their local communities when air-quality drops to unhealthy levels. San Francisco unified school district limits time spent outdoors and closely watches students with asthma and other health conditions. According to gentle Blyth, a deputy superintendent most public schools as well as many private schools were closed Monday for Veterans Day severance, Iskoe chronicle staff writer, Jill Tucker, contributed to this report.

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"blyth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

"Leave the company I started and next time around I promised myself, I would start a business with my heart. I and my head meaning, of course, I'm going to think through everything you would think through, where's the white space? How do you disrupt it, helping you improve upon something for the consumer and create value, but a new it had to be purpose driven. And for me, that lightning bolt moment came to me when I recognize that I didn't actually have a good answer that question of what business could I start? So I started thinking to myself, what could you do? We created a platform where women could start a business without all the risk in the heartache, but a lot of the prophets and the fun and the community, the hope in the upside. And that's really what the mission and the underlying idea of Stellan dot is is reinventing flexible income for women. What is similar to building companies in the beginning, you look crazy. You are defying all probability all reason. And I think it has to start with that. I think you have to believe beyond reason because otherwise you'd give there's naysayers around you. There's a million reasons why wouldn't work. You have to be sure enough that what you're trying to create needs to exist, stick with it. And that's what I did in the very beginning of this company started making jewelry in my living room on nights and weekends while I was pregnant had another full time job, and I looked completely insane and I had no idea what I was doing. And so I basically figured out through a lot of hustle in iteration and each day it got slightly less crazy because I went out into the world and I found people better than I at this particular skill that was necessary to bring this vision to life, and in fact improve upon the vision. So that took me meeting someone who knew everything. About how existing home based businesses worked so that I can learn from them. It was about finding my partner Blyth Harris or chief lied about who actually knew how to make jewelry is a person trained artists, and she worked in luxury stay. So it was about finding other people to go on this crazy journey with me. Was telling start in jewelry, but now we're fashion accessories company and actually family of brands. Stehlin dot has three brands in.

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"blyth" Discussed on I Was There Too

I Was There Too

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on I Was There Too

"Like a homemade hotdog no no a movie theater hotdog and this is so this is why the the most important takeaway that i hope anyone listening to this gleaned is that the film critic life is a hard blyth man socially it up end your entire weekly schedule you have you have deadlines you have you know you're always busy at night you'll see seven o'clock movie and then have to go home and write about it yeah sometimes immediately but movies are screw press screenings are almost always at seven or seven thirty usually in the heart of hollywood at least i have to write that night most on the west side yeah yes because you're not hungry when you have to get in the cart six o'clock to drive to the west side oh so this is why a lot of film critics are in terrible physical shape and are kind of miserable because they have no social life i see yeah because it's just early enough that a lot of the times you know your significant other can't get out of work in times you're always going by yourself that we're all friends with each other but you when i was at south by watching three or four movies a day and your knees go like there's i was googling there's a thing called theater knee yeah we're women actually tend to have it slightly more than men but if you sit too long in theater your knees hurt my knees really hurt if i'm on some of the caesar's south by an austin have terrible suit.

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"blyth" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Eight floors specially can definitely be i let gentlemen in this morning who is carrying a lot of paper towels he had a whole balancing act paper towels in a and i said you should be in the circus and that well usually something i don't think he's i don't think he took it well what i meant by that was what you please like to have sex with me code yeah yeah like juggle these apples at what he looked like he was a beautiful man get into my three rings what do you think about this gender you know we we gonna talk about today what's what's volatile volatile blyth lies demands for beer she she she barged into the apartment and she just demanded everything she said this rug is got to go and this wallpaper won't do and giving my caused light yesterday refreshments i demand how you feeling today mom i'm good law rested errands done you look beautiful thank you the ever lovely new hair system happening system yes good way to put it system is happening indeed all right on the head blue grayish and it matches my whole denim outfit i'm digging it is your oh my god you're giving quite the so listeners at home please take take note she's mixed and matching the denim story we've got a whole denim storyline going on here we've got a we've got a doc blue really very very wicked fucking die down the bottom with super media top.

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"blyth" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"She claimed responsibility for breaking into a school conversation went on site along the police were able to track the cold found the girls giggling and sought the fund box once arrested their fingerprints were taken and the twins were interviewed frustratingly for the officer little information was gleaned from the twins other than a few story food lumps they were both charged with misuse of a nine nine nine cool in an attempt to deter them from any future criminal activity towards the end of october still intent on burning down a building they broke into a local tennis court entering foreign adjoining temporary kitchen once there the cooked at the kitchen in petrol and set it alight marvelling in the destruction they caused the following evening they broke into a local track to store located on snug drop line once inside they stole some office equipment and two bomber jackets they pulled the contents of a small kind of petrol led boot with the maverick desk which they immediately set alight the flames quickly took home they pulled no petrol throughout the neighboring rooms and again through a lit match into the liquid and watch does its contents were loss to the blyth is the far engulfed the building a possible i notice the flames so he formed the emergency services strike to why the goals fled remarkably unscathed clutching a carry a bagful of items that stole it in order of the flames the twins joined the crowds of onlookers is far fought his risk their lives to tackle the place the far subsided the twins were sent time unbeknownst to them a neighborhood seen the goes making their way to the track to shed reported them to the police.

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"blyth" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"blyth" Discussed on The Good Fight

"Because he the existence of the soviet union because of the cold war because of the need to know robots are the goldstone don't enforce the adjustment costs all onto labor again the wto changed exchange with a potties it change with protective institutions a change the rise of wealthiest stacy distribution intoxication national economies finance and a very restrictive regulatory box it's a an under those conditions labor and capital good together because built ricardo could maintain its profit shoe was by innovative which is why you go lot of innovation law all productivity gains beginning seventy three the changes a compensation continues to basically go drug productivity continues to claim a pace but compensation to labour and liberal shield against the change on the inflation on the crisis in the 1970s makes this wall for capital because essentially the nagano jewelry on its own puzzle inflation i'm would we know the result the result was the regan thought show revolutions if you will attend a soft will reset of the system aqap ugglas them so it out with the old in within you we went from a national economies internationalising globalized economies we went from protected labour markets too flexible labour markets we went from the treasury runners your the central bank running the show and most importantly will assign nonservice post new deal box no one you do this when you have waged the nation and a country that is used to high levels of growth and not wait stuck nation process at the same time as you open up finance and finance gets to do its thing in a world in which the realty ovens rice the 1980 one is fifteen percent.

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